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  2. Joe Schmidt (American football) - Wikipedia

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    He later enrolled at Brentwood High School and played football. University of Pittsburgh. Schmidt attended the University of Pittsburgh, playing on the school's football team for three years, from 1950 to 1952. During his first two years as a Pittsburgh football player, the team compiled losing records of 1–8 in 1950 and 3–7 in 1951.

  3. Billy "White Shoes" Johnson - Wikipedia

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    William Arthur Johnson (born January 27, 1952), better known as Billy "White Shoes" Johnson, is an American former professional football player who was a wide receiver and return specialist in the National Football League (NFL) from 1974 through 1988.

  4. Johnson Space Center Home | NASA

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    Johnson Space Center. NASA’s Johnson Space Center has served as a hub of human spaceflight activity for more than half a century. It is home to the nation’s astronaut corps, the International Space Station mission operations, the Orion Program, and a host of future space developments.

  5. CREATE A FOLLOWING Tribune Content Agency builds audience Our content engages millions of readers in 75 countries every day

  6. Brighton football coach named Detroit Lions' Head Coach of the Week A humbled but honored Brian Lemons is thrilled to share the Detroit Lions High School Coach of the Week award with his a 8-0 squad.

  7. Jerry Sandusky - Wikipedia

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    Gerald Arthur Sandusky (born January 26, 1944) is an American retired college football coach and convicted serial child molester.Sandusky served as an assistant coach for his entire career, mostly at Pennsylvania State University under Joe Paterno, from 1969 to 1999, the last 22 years as defensive coordinator.